The UK aerospace industry sees a no-deal Brexit as the "worst case scenario," according to the sector’s trade body.
The ADS (Aerospace, Defence, Security) chief executive Paul Everitt is the latest among industrial opinion leaders to call for regulatory alignment and a customs partnership with the EU.
Plane and parts must be certified by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), that is, an agency that the UK must leave by March 2019. Without certification, manufacturers will be unable to se...
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